Monday, January 8 • 7:30 PM
   

 
Saint Mark Presbyterian Church
10701 Old Georgetown Rd., Rockville, MD
$12 IN ADVANCE, $15 AT THE DOOR
 

Azalea City Recordings - "Sampler 2" CD Release Concert


Critically-acclaimed Azalea City Recordings artists Ruthie and the Wranglers, Laura Baron, Karen Collins, and The Alexandria Kleztet, along with special guests, appear on January 8, 2007. The concert will offer a tantalizing appetizer of the diverse musical flavors represented on the Azalea City Recordings’ new Sampler.

Ruthie and the Wranglers: Americana favorites. Ranked in the Top 20 on Americana radio formats garnering over 25 Wammie awards including Artist, Album and Song of the Year. “...nothing short of brilliant.” – Billboard
www.ruthieandthewranglers.com

• Laura Baron: Acoustic singer-songwriter. A Mid-Atlantic Song Contest Gold Award winner. “...rhythm, beauty and intelligence.” - P. Kester WPFW
www.laurabaronmusic.com

• Karen Collins: Americana Country. Award-winning retro honkytonk songwriter...the real deal. "Think Dolly Parton before she went Dollywood or the good clean fun of the Oh Brother Where Art Thou? soundtrack.” - Takoma Voice. www.karencollins.net

• The Alexandria Kleztet: “Alternative” Klezmer music. Winners of multiple Washington Area Music Association Awards including Best World Music Recording for all three of their CD releases. www.kleztet.com

Founded by Grammy Award-winning mastering engineer and producer Charlie Pilzer, Azalea City Recordings is a cooperative record label based in Takoma Park, MD. The roster includes an eclectic array of roots-based musicians and songwriters who dip into the well of traditional music for their inspiration. Genres represented include Folk, Cajun, Blues, and Americana, and whether they’re singer-songwriters and/or in full band configurations, these musicians are an inspiration to each other and to their audiences.


www.azaleacityrecordings.com

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Advance ticket sales for this concert have ended.
Tickets will be on sale at the door